BUNDLE The Skirt Collection – Ladies’ Skirt Sewing Patterns

(16 customer reviews)

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  • A collection of lovely ladies’ skirt sewing patterns
  • Suitable for light- to medium-weight wovens and knits
  • Perfect for beginner to intermediate sewistas
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorials with step-by-step instructions
  • Ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL
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A beautiful collection of ladies skirt sewing patterns. The bundle includes the Hayley, the Stevie, the Paige, the Peggy, and the Arabella skirt patterns.

Each skirt is lovely and has something different to offer your style goals. They are versatile with many different options to make skirts with different looks that are truly your own. Get sewing and add a selection of gorgeous, and wonderfully practical, skirts to your wardrobe! You can dress them up or down to take you from office to wedding to street chic.

The Skirt Collection

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Skill Level

Each pattern in this collection is perfect for beginner to intermediate sewistas


 Pattern includes ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL. See the size chart in the gallery above.


Five different ladies skirt sewing patterns with an array of options for each. You have varying lengths, pocket options, and extra detailing, from which to choose.


Consider making up each pattern in the similar colour ways and finishings, for five different style skirts to form a capsule wardrobe base in a fabric you love!


The Hayley, Paige, and Arabella skirts are suitable for almost nearly any light or medium weight woven fabric, however, your fabric choice will be critical in how the garment fits and moves. Please choose your fabric with your end look in mind. The Peggy and Stevie skirts are suitable for medium weight knits.

See the fabric requirements in the gallery above for yardage. A serger/ overlocker is optional but NOT required.


This trim-free pattern is a downloadable PDF and comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want.


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Reviews (16)

16 reviews for BUNDLE The Skirt Collection – Ladies’ Skirt Sewing Patterns

  1. Casey Bray

    Perfect easy wear skirt. The elastic back is allowing me to wear mine through my pregnancy comfortably and the pockets are an absolute requirement as a toddler mum.

  2. Beth Partain

    LOVE this skirt! So quick and easy.

  3. Frieda Flavianu

    What a quick sew, it took me less than 3 hours from printing to hemming. The centre back seam and back darts just helped me to get a great fit. Such an amazing, satisfying and stress-free sew on a busy day.

  4. Lauren Williams

    Love this skirt! So incredibly quick and easy. Will definitely be making a lot more.

  5. Josianne Gauthier-Mireault

    Wow! I love that kind of pattern! It’s really refreshing! It’s quick and easy to sew! I love the darts and back vent details! That makes a unique look and it’s really flattering! Thanks for this beautiful pattern!

  6. Shaina O’Dell

    I finally made my first Arabella and I absolutely love it! It has plenty of options and the instructions are easy to follow. It turned out great!

  7. Frieda Flavianu

    A classic, versatile and beautiful pattern. What I expected is what I got. It all depends on the type of fabric used. My first maxi skirt I ever made and I will be making more.

  8. Sarah Miller

    This skirt is a quick and easy sew! It is so fun and comfortable! I loved the different length choices which make it very versatile. It also has pockets, which I love in a skirt pattern!

  9. Raven Pratt

    I’m wearing a full skirt made with the Arabella skirt from Rebecca Page Patterns. This was an easy make that took no time! I used 3 yards of fabric from Hobby Lobby. It’s 45 inch fabric so I actually had to use it against the grainline in order for my pattern pieces to fit on the fabric. The skirt is full and not fitted at all so this did not impact the fit.

  10. Becky McGill-Wilkinson

    I have had my heart set on a floor length seersucker maxi skirt for ages (since before I could sew) and the Arabella was the perfect fabric for this! The elastic waist makes this easy to fit, even for beginners. It does take a lot of fabric, but that’s to be expected for a full maxi skirt. The gathering might be the hardest part of this skirt, but the instructions were very clear, as were the illustrations. There will be many more of these skirts in my future!

  11. Tiffany J Allen

    I very much enjoyed making this skirt. It reminded me of all the gathered skirts I made in the past, it had a vintage classic feel to it. I’ll definitely be making more.

  12. Karen Greenhalgh

    Wow I love this skirt!! (I made the maxi length) It’s perfect for Summer in a light drapey fabric and with the back elasticated waist it’s sooooo comfy. The posy pleated pants pattern is my favourite trouser pattern and now I have a skirt version. I’ll be making loads of these!

  13. Susan Gough

    I found this pattern quite easy to follow and the skirt came together really quickly and easily. I will be making more with and without the different options.

  14. Kelle Lujan

    This is a beautiful, simple sew for even a beginner. We tried out the ladies’ XXS small for my tween and it worked great once we made some adjustments for height (which was simple with finished measurements and cut lines marked right on the pattern pieces). We love the pockets for practicality. We used a lightweight gauze for a comfy summer skirt, but can see this being made in a variety of materials for every season. Can’t wait to get some more use out of this versatile pattern.

  15. Sydney Norwood

    This is a fantastic pattern! I’m a huge fan of high-waisted skirts so this was perfect. I used bubble crepe fabric for the first time, which was a little fussy to work with, but made a very lovely, flowy, skirt. My only regret is that the flowiness of the fabric I used didn’t let the bow be as crisp as I wanted it, but that just means I’ll have to make more skirts!! One of my favorite makes so far!

  16. Elmarie van Deventer

    This was such a straightforward skirt to make. The instructions are super clear and easy to follow and the RP team gives great advice for doing the gathers. With various lengths, optional sash and pockets, and the choice of 2 waistband, you have make so many of these skirts and have them look completely different each time! I love versatile patterns and this one is great!

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